The congressman and spokesman for Renovación Popular, Jorge Montoya, announced that he will insist on constitutionally and criminally denouncing the electoral authorities. This, despite the fact that the Plenary of the Congress rejected the final report of the investigative commission of the 2021 General Elections.
Through a tweet thread, Montoya Manrique recalled that the majority report was not approved, since 42 votes in favor, 55 against and 15 abstentions were registered in the chamber. He accused without evidence that those who did not support his document “vote with the Government.”
The spokesman for the celestial bench maintained that this group “does not want to know the truth or correct irregularities.” However, the investigation that he led did not determine whether there was fraud in the last elections, but rather recommended that other instances carry out the proceedings and that the heads of the National Elections Jury (JNE), the Office National Registry of Electoral Processes (ONPE) and the National Registry of Civil Status (Reniec).
“Don’t worry, I will insist that the complaints against those responsible for the gross and capricious manipulation of the law be made in accordance with the law. Their actions will not go unpunished,” said Jorge Montoya.
Jorge Montoya’s commission spent more than S / 210,000 and did not conclude anything
The Republic announced that the commission chaired by Jorge Montoya cost the Peruvian state a total of 216,347.67 soles. Of this amount, 75% corresponded to the salary of only two advisors, Roque Augusto Bravo Basaldua and Andrés Eduardo Salas Jaén.
Bravo Basaldua was a member of the questionable Lava Jato Commission of Fujimorist Rosa Bartra, while Salas Jaén is a retired admiral and a member of Popular Renovation.